1 & 2 Camera Legal Video Depositions
Wake up your jury with professional quality video!
Single and Double Feed Deposition Video
Benefits of a Video Deposition at Trial
Capturing your witness and expert testimony on video is critical when presenting your facts to the jury. Video depositions provide an accurate visual and audio account of a witness' statement. Body language, expressions and voice inflections can be as, if not more, telling as their actual words. Video depositions are also useful in maintaining the viewer's attention (as opposed to reading a written statement) and are more persuasive.
Additional advantages to a deposition on video:
- Accommodate a witness who may be unavailable during trial.
- Expert witness testimony on video is often less expensive than their appearance in court.
- Assess and fine-tune presentations and witness testimony.
Video Deposition Equipment
Videotaped depositions are valuable tools. One camera depositions are good when shot at maximum quality, but multiple camera depositions are better.
The best video deposition utilizes more than one camera feed. The first camera is fixated on the witness; recording the deposition in its entirety. A second video feed highlights exhibits and personalizes the attorney during a deposition. Utilizing the feeds from multiple cameras is ideal as it delivers a more complete picture and provides a high quality visual representation of the session.
Video Deposition Example
Two Camera Deposition with Jamie Holland and Julie Harrell of Harrell and Harrell.
The New Normal
The Covid-19 pandemic has left us all scrambling to find alternative ways to continue to conduct our businesses. This includes the manner in which we interact with clients, experts and the way video depositions are recorded. Forensic Video Law has a simple solution that safely and easily allows you to continue moving forward with your case using ZOOM.
The Simplicity of Using ZOOM
- 1. Send Forensic Video Law the notice.
- 2. Send Forensic Video Law a list of attendee email addresses
Forensic Video Law will provide everyone with a direct link to the meeting.
When it’s time for the meeting, follow the link and the simple instructions to turn on video.
How easy is that? You do not need to have a ZOOM account or download any applications to attend and participate if you are conducting the meeting on a laptop or desktop computer.
What You Do Need
- A laptop, computer or a smartphone
- A reliable Internet connection or cell signal.
- A working webcam.
- A working microphone.
Quality of Video
Forensic Video Law can capture ZOOM video depositions and conferences in full HD, 1920x1080, through advanced recording systems so you have the best quality presentation possible. We also record on several separate devices in case there is a technical cliché or a ZOOM recording feature malfunction
Beware of firms using a video camera to record the screen of a laptop or computer and putting a microphone next to the speaker to capture the audio. This method provides mediocre results.
To learn more about the ease of use, quality, and the professional results of a ZOOM meeting achieved using Forensic Video Law by visiting our blog post, ZOOM Meetings - A New Era of Forensic Video Litigation.
Although nothing beats in-person video deposition for capturing testimony, a ZOOM deposition is the next best thing; especially during a world-wide pandemic. The experts at Forensic Video Law are ready and able to go whether it is in person or via ZOOM. Call us today at 904-716-5149 to schedule a videographer.
Cost of Video Deposition
In Person or Remote
|Each Additional Hour||$110.00|
To discuss your specific legal video deposition needs in Jacksonville or nationwide, email James R Jenkins or call 904-716-5149.